Air Date: September 16, 2015
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Shahram Hadian
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The world is asking, ‘What are we going to do with the Syrian/Islamic refugees?
There are concerns that ISIS may use this situation as cover to infiltrate nations with the goal of jihad and establishing a caliphate.
Are such concerns valid or are they an over-reaction? Joining Jim to discuss this issue was Shahram Hadian. Shahram is the founder of the Truth in Love Project Ministry. He was born in Iran, is a former Muslim and is now a Christian Pastor and former candidate for governor of the State of Washington. Shahram speaks on the critical issues facing this nation and warns of the true goal of Islam and the threat of Shariah.
What was the catalyst that produced these refugees in the first place? Some claim that ISIS is to blame. According to Shahram, the CIA was training and even supporting the so-called moderate rebels that ended up becoming ISIS. The strife between them and the Assad regime is said to be causing what some refer to as a civil war.
Looking at Europe, Shahram believes that Islamic immigrants have had such an impact that Muslims have gained the upper hand and are now declaring the continent to be in the upper house of Islam (Dar al-Islam). In other words, European nations thought that Muslims would come in and assimilate and co-exist. It’s been just the opposite due to Islam’s belief in segregation in order to gain strength as practiced by Mohammed.
The latest wave (possibly as many as 100,000 of which could be coming to the U.S.) is not comprised of families but of young males which makes one wonder, is this migration or an invasion? It would seem to be the latter when you consider that our own FBI has testified before Congress that the internment camps where the refugees are have been infiltrated by the jihadi.
Have you ever wondered why our government and the media seem to avoid the phrase, ‘Islamic terrorism’ when it comes to explaining the incidents such as those at Fort Hood, the attack on Pamela Geller’s conference and the Chattanooga shooting? Why is there no cry of ‘separation of church and state’ over the use of taxpayer dollars to pay interfaith churches and organizations that are encouraging an even greater flow of refugees to the U.S.? Do these organizations have a plan for evangelism or even assimilation? Who is responsible for the vetting process. Does it take place before the refugees reach our shores?
These and other questions are answered on this vital edition of Crosstalk.